BME Graduate Student, Andrea Brandt along with incoming MAE student Charlies Humphries are featured in NC State Graduate School, tHINK Magazine, Summer 2017 issue.
What most amputees want is a prosthesis that is adaptable, allowing them to return to activities they really enjoyed before having a leg amputated, Brandt said. Her goal is to develop prostheses that adapt to the amputee users, rather than amputees having to adapt to their prosthesis—the ultimate bionic leg that can automatically adjust for specific activities and conditions. --excerpt from featured article by Natalie Hampton
Full article can be seen here or you may pick up a printed copy of tHINK Summer 2017 at the Graduate School offices.